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Published on: 14 Mar 2013 By

Environment Minister Bradley: what he's done and doing on waste

Last week, Ontario Minister of the Environment, Jim Bradley, spoke to the Ontario Waste Management Association. He summarizes his Ministry’s considerable achievements of the last year on the waste file, and promises a new program for end of life vehicles, plus new framework legislation…

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Published on: 14 Mar 2013 By

Congratulations to environmental law moot participants

Warmest congratulations to all the teams who participated in the 2013 Environmental Law Moot court this weekend. Law students from across the country gathered to argue the appeal that the Supreme Court of Canada might have heard in Smith v. Inco, demonstrating a high degree of passion and am…

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Published on: 12 Mar 2013 By

Timminco motion: A new twist in insolvency v environment

The insolvent metal processing company, Timminco, is attempting a new twist to “cleanse” creditors of environmental claims through insolvency law. They have applied to the Commercial List for permission to sell their valueless contaminated sites, for virtually nothing, to new sub…

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Published on: 11 Mar 2013 By

Antrim: Supreme Court gives compensation for nuisance when highway moved

The Supreme Court of Canada has restored compensation to the Antrim truck stop, which lost its coveted place on the edge of a major highway when the highway was moved. The Court held that the $393,000 loss in business loss and property value was too heavy to expect Antrim to shoulder alone, …

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Published on: 7 Mar 2013 By

Waste Excellence, $25,000 fine, forbidden partners at waste site

Yesterday, we reported the $20,000 fine imposed on Keele North Recycling Inc., relating to breaches of its Environmental Compliance Approval for its waste transfer and processing site at 10525 Keele Street. This troubled site was previously operated by Robert Sansone, 310 Waste and related c…

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